1. USE DILUTED ACV
Pure ACV can burn and sting the skin if applied directly, that why it’s better to mix it with water.
To use, mix equal part vinegar and water in a small cup. For sensitive skin, dilute 1/3 cup of vinegar for every 3 cups of water.
Pour mixture into a spray bottle or sealed container.
Apply directly to the skin using a cotton ball or simply spray the solution directly onto your skin.
Use in the morning and at night for relief.
2. TAKE A VINEGAR BATH
If you experience large patched of eczema on your body, nightly vinegar baths will help your manage your condition.
To use, pour 1-2 cups of ACV into warm but not hot water.
For extra relief, add a 1/3 a cup of coconut oil.
Soak for at least half an hour for best results.
3. SOOTHING SYRUP
Soothe your body internally by taking with yummy mix. Pregnant, diabetic and people taking prescription medication should consult their doctor before taking ACV orally.
Mix a tablespoon of ACV into 16 oz. of hot water.
Add a teaspoon of blackstrap molasses, honey, or maple syrup to the water to make it easier to stomach.
Take it up to 3 times a day, half an hour before meals.
Keep your skin moisturized with coconut oil for best results. You can also apply it on your skin as a balm, wrapping the wound with a clean bandage.
4. SIMPLE ACV DRINK
For everyday relief, mix 1-2 tablespoons of ACV into a cup of hot water.
Drink twice a day, with or without honey. To prevent damage to your enamel, dirnk the mixture through a stainless steel straw.
5. FIZZY ECZEMA TEA
This tea may be hard to drink at first, but it really provides relief.
Pour two tablespoons of ACV into a cup and add a 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda.
Mix and let it rest until it longer fizzes.
Add half a cup of water and a bit of honey or tea to improve taste.